Peter Tsasis

School of Administrative Studies

Associate Professor

Office: Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building, 421
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 22171
Emailtsasis@yorku.ca
Primary websitehttp://teachingandlearning.yorku.ca/top-notch-professors/
Secondary websitehttp://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2013/05/13/four-recipients-of-presidents-university-wide-teaching-awards-embrace-teaching/

Dr. Peter Tsasis (PhD, University of Toronto) is an Associate Professor of Management, jointly appointed to the Faculty of Health and the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, and is also a member of the Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University. In addition, he has a Master’s degree in Business Administration (Management). In 2010, he received recognition for outstanding leadership as the undergraduate program director at the School of Health Policy & Management. In 2011, he was recognized as an outstanding professor with the Faculty of Health's Dean's Teaching Award in Excellence, in the Established Career Category. As well, he was the recipient of the President's University Wide Teaching Award in 2013. He continues to receive recognition for teaching excellence in the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the School of Administrative Studies, and most recently also received recognition for Excellence in Research. His contribution to research collectively provides a paradigmatic shift in thinking about health and healthcare using complex systems science. His research focuses on interorganizational collaboration, learning health systems and organizational change. He is recognized as a leader in the field with numerous authored academic publications. His latest research explores complexity within an interdisciplinary systems approach to chronic disease management. He most recently co-edited a book publication entitled, Innovative Healthcare Systems for the 21st Century which draws on econometric, system dynamics, and agent-based models as well as state-of-the-art empirical studies. He actively supervises doctorate students in the field of health care management and engages undergraduate students in experiential learning. He has disseminated his work nationally and internationally and his research scholarship has been widely published in interdisciplinary academic journals. His work has also been supported by tri-council research funding. Dr. Tsasis is an advocate of patient-driven healthcare, characterized by the need for greater patient communication, transparency, customization of care, collaboration and patient choice. Dr. Tsasis has extensive expertise in the healthcare industry. He is an Executive Member of the York Institute for Health Research, a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives, and is board certified with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.

Area of Specialization

Management, Health Science, Complex Systems Science

Appointments

Faculty of Health


Research Interests

Management , Health , Patient Care, Health Care Management, Complexity Science


Dr. Peter Tsasis (PhD, University of Toronto) is an Associate Professor of Management, jointly appointed to the Faculty of Health and the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, and is also a member of the Faculty of Graduate Studies at York University. In addition, he has a Master’s degree in Business Administration (Management). In 2010, he received recognition for outstanding leadership as the undergraduate program director at the School of Health Policy & Management. In 2011, he was recognized as an outstanding professor with the Faculty of Health's Dean's Teaching Award in Excellence, in the Established Career Category. As well, he was the recipient of the President's University Wide Teaching Award in 2013. He continues to receive recognition for teaching excellence in the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the School of Administrative Studies, and most recently also received recognition for Excellence in Research. His contribution to research collectively provides a paradigmatic shift in thinking about health and healthcare using complex systems science. His research focuses on interorganizational collaboration, learning health systems and organizational change. He is recognized as a leader in the field with numerous authored academic publications. His latest research explores complexity within an interdisciplinary systems approach to chronic disease management. He most recently co-edited a book publication entitled, Innovative Healthcare Systems for the 21st Century which draws on econometric, system dynamics, and agent-based models as well as state-of-the-art empirical studies. He actively supervises doctorate students in the field of health care management and engages undergraduate students in experiential learning. He has disseminated his work nationally and internationally and his research scholarship has been widely published in interdisciplinary academic journals. His work has also been supported by tri-council research funding. Dr. Tsasis is an advocate of patient-driven healthcare, characterized by the need for greater patient communication, transparency, customization of care, collaboration and patient choice. Dr. Tsasis has extensive expertise in the healthcare industry. He is an Executive Member of the York Institute for Health Research, a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives, and is board certified with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.

Area of Specialization

Management, Health Science, Complex Systems Science

Appointments

Faculty of Health

Research Interests:

Management , Health , Patient Care, Health Care Management, Complexity Science